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COOKEVILLE, Tenn. -- PGA Tour professional and Tennessee Tech alumnus Scott Stallings is coming home to Cookeville for an evening in mid-October.
The Golden Eagle golf program will host “A Night with Scott Stallings” on Friday, Oct. 14, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Leslie Towne Center. The event will give fans and supporters a chance to catch up with the Greenbrier Classic champion and rising professional star.
“This is an exciting opportunity to be able to bring Scott back to Cookeville,” said Polk Brown, men’s and women’s golf head coach. “His success on the Tour has brought increased notoriety to our program and he is looking forward to being able to give back to Tennessee Tech golf.”
Tickets for the dinner are $50 per seat or $400 to sponsor a table (eight seats). Attendees must purchase their seats by Monday, Oct. 3.
Stallings played at Tech from 2003-07 and was a two-time Ohio Valley Conference Player of the Year as well as a Division I All-American. He turned pro in June 2007 and spent 2009 on the Nationwide Tour, where he earned three Top 10 finishes.
The Oak Ridge, Tenn., native earned his PGA Tour card in 2011 and won his first tournament on July 31 in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. Stallings made a birdie on the final hole at the Greenbrier Classic to qualify for a three-way playoff, where he birdied the first extra hole to secure the victory.
To order tickets, either visit or call the Athletics Ticket Office in Eblen Center, or reserve seats online at TTUsports.com/fanzone/ticket_information (click here). For additional information, please call (931) 372-3940.